Playtex Bottle & Nipple Gift Set (Review & Giveaway) #MomTrust

As a first time mother there has been a lot of information I've read before I had my son and tons after. It can be overwhelming at times, especially when it comes to feeding my son. As much as I wanted to, I wasn't able to breast feed due to some personal reasons and so I had to use bottles for my son.

Now, there are tons of bottles out there that helps, but the one brand I keep going back to that helps my son get the best out of feeding time with less gas and that keeps air out is bottles from Playtex. Playtex has been a brand I have stuck with over these last eight months and I'm excited to share with you their new Bottle and Nipple Gift Set.

The set includes a vent aire bottle that helps reduce air ingestion and colic, Drop In Liners that helps keep air out of the milk and a four pack nipple variety pack that includes a breast like shape, naturalatch, angled and full sized nipples. Both the bottle and drop in liners can be used with any new Playtex nipple. Each set comes in both slow and medium flow.

I got to try the medium flow, which is perfect for babies three months and older. I have definitely notice a decrease in gas and how well my son is eating. I've even notice his sleeping habits to where he sleeps longer and more comfortable. I love that the set includes a great variety in nipples so that my son can use the perfect one for him. He seemed to really love breast like shape for the first week and now is loving the full sized nipple.

From talking with other mothers and friends and family, I love that over the years one thing that Playtex has done was listen to moms and have created products that are not only affordable, but durable (dishwasher safe) and have many different options to go with each baby since they are all different and unique individuals.

One lucky Canadian Just Us Girls reader will win a Playtex Bottle and Nipple Gift Set pictured below!

Disclosure: I receive special perks as a part of my affiliation with the Playtex Mom Trust program. The opinions on this blog are my own.


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